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Photo in Smartforms

Hi All Gurus.

In Smartforms interface, there are some parameters for the archive link.

Can I use them somehow to load a photo from Archive link and then subsequently show it in Smartforms? If yes, how do we do that?

If not, what is the purpose of those parameters then?

Another related question : Suppose I have a URL pointing to a photo. Can I show the photo then using that URL? Any way of showing the photo contained in the URL?

Thanks in adv.

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    Posted on May 04, 2006 at 08:31 AM

    Hi,

    I think you have to add the photo to the business repository first, that means first do a download from URL or whereever you have it in BMP format.

    Sorry, SAP isn't that dynamic yet that you could just put in a link. On the other hand, this reduces the danger of broken links significantly.

    You use the Administration of Form Graphics (transaction SE78) to import graphics into the SAP System:

    Double-click on a graphic format in the tree structure in the folder Store on Document server ® GRAPHICS General graphics.

    Choose Graphic ® Import.

    The transaction imports the graphic and stores it on the Business Document Server (BDS). You can now display it in a form.

    regards,

    Clemens

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    Posted on May 04, 2006 at 08:27 AM

    Samant,

    That archive link is to archive the output of the SMART Form, I don't think you can show something from the archive link.

    I don't think you can get a photo from a URL into SMART Form. It has to be uploaded in SE78 for the form to access the same.

    regards,

    Ravi

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